Labor Education and Advocacy
The Labor Center at the University of Massachusetts is one of the premier Labor Studies programs in the country. The Masters of Science in Labor Studies, with concentrations in globalization, labor and communities, and strategic corporate research, equips graduates to work in the labor movement and other organizations advocating for workers' rights.
MassCOSH brings together workers, unions, community groups, and health, safety and environmental activists to organize and advocate for safe, secure jobs and healthy communities throughout eastern and central Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Worker Education Roundtable is a network of worker education programs dedicated to promoting partnerships of employers, unions and educators that provide high quality education as well as training for Massachusetts union members.
Labor Notes is a non-profit organization that has been the voice of union activists who want to "put the movement back in the labor movement" since 1979.
Harry Kelber, founder and editor, has devoted his entire adult life to the labor movement as an organizer, strike leader, union printer, labor editor, pamphleteer, professor of labor studies and author of several books and booklets.